During the first post-pandemic cruise from North America, two people tested positive for COVID-19
Miami (News country now) — Two people in The first cruise ship sets sail from North America Because the pandemic tested positive for COVID-19 at the end of the cruise.
Celebrity Millennium Cruises operated by Royal Caribbean, Issue a statement announcing the diagnosis. They added that both passengers have no symptoms and are currently in isolation.
“All guests on Celebrity Millennium must present a vaccination certificate and a negative COVID-19 test result within 72 hours before sailing from St. Martin last Saturday. This situation shows that our strict health and safety protocols can protect our The crew, guests, and the communities we visit.”
Cruise has made adjustments to the COVID-19 protocol, including changes to everything from buffets to safety routines.
“The buffet is handled very well, instead of the passengers serving themselves with the utensils, the gloved crew serve the passengers,” Stuart Chiron, “Cruise Ship Man,” said to Brian Ting of NewsNation.
Other Royal Caribbean cruise ships have not yet set sail but will not require passengers to be vaccinated. Instead, they will require all passengers to be tested for COVID-19.
NewsNation affiliate WFLA According to the report, the ship is currently docked in Curacao, and passengers who tested positive are still in isolation on the ship. The ship will return to St. Martin to disembark this Saturday.